Peppa Pig introduces first female same-sex couple | Headliners

Peppa pig introduces first female same-sex couple | headliners

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‘Peppa Pig is back in the news because she believes love is love.’

Nick Dixon, Leo Kearse and Paul Cox react to the Guardian | ‘I live with my mummy and my other mummy’: Peppa Pig introduces first female same-sex couple.

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In This Story: Peppa Pig

Peppa Pig is a children’s animated television show created, aimed at pre-school aged infants.

The series was created by Astley Baker Davies. The rights to Peppa Pig and all IP is owned by Entertainment One, which was acquired by American multinational company, Hasbro Inc. on 31 December 2019.

Synopsis “Peppa, an outgoing preschool pig, participates in many energetic activities. She learns something new every day and has a lot of fun with her family and friends.”

  • First episode date: 31 May 2004

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